Virgin Hotel Las Vegas, Hilton Curio Collection

By admin Jan 8, 2024

There are three towers in the Virgin Hotel Las Vegas: Canyon, Opal and Ruby tower. All three towers face into the property, with Canyon being the “oldest”, and Opal and Ruby looking similar from the outside. The rooms are similar in decor and layout across the three towers.

Opal and Canyon are classified as the same when booking, but Ruby Tower is classified separately. The difference between the towers is mostly down to size of the rooms. Ruby Tower does feature a “petite” room type, but for the most part, the rooms are around 700 square feet, which is 240 square feet larger than the standard rooms.

The Ruby Tower features connecting rooms for everything except the suites. So we would personally not recommend the Ruby Tower rooms for that reason. We did enjoy the size of the rooms in the Ruby Tower and if we were to book that tower again, we would book the corner rooms for the quieter environment and better.

The rooms feature the signature lounge beds with comfortable headboards and a secondary “lounge” area at the foot of the bed. The bath amenities were nice in larger bottles than you’d normally see in a standard room. However, they did not offer Q-tips or similar amenities. They did not have robes or slippers in the room, but we verified that you can request them.

The rooms do have full minibars with alcohol, snacks and soft drinks. Note that they are weighted, so it is quite difficult to use the fridge for anything other than the minibar. We did manage to shove some of our items into the fridge – if you do the same, be sure to check your bill before check out to ensure you don’t get charged for accidental movement. Surprisingly, we did not have an issue despite accidentally knocking over a number of beverages.

There are no coffee machines, microwaves or personal fridges and you cannot request them. This is fairly standard in Las Vegas, though, it would be nice to see a coffee machine in the Ruby Tower as an added amenity for the added price.

The rooms in general are beautifully designed and feature modern touches like ample USB ports on every surface, great color choices and nice artwork. The non-ADA bathrooms are stunning, with large rain showers, big tubs and ample vanity space and lighting.

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